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3799 S. Las Vegas Blvd.
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 2547 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Average I thought that the MGM was a great hotel until this visit, it took me 1 hour to check , the AC would not cool the room despite the thermostat was at the lowest temp possible, I called guest services to send someone, and again it took over an hour but no one showed up so I decided to cancel the call. Upon arriving to my room the toilet was dirty from previous guest (nasty) lady who cleaned my room was very rude as she made our beds for a second night stay. Not all was bad had lots of fun in the lazy river with the kids... July 18, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice hotel Overall - a nice place to stay. Totally unhelpful Kristin at check in desk - stay away from her. We needed a fridge to store insulin and were told by Kristin that there was a large group of people who just checked in who reserved every last fridge. Really?? 6800 rooms and not one fridge?? Called housekeeping after getting to the room and had a fridge in 10 minutes. Kristin also seemed to take great pleasure in refusing our requests for a cot, a late checkout and a room switch. 40 years of traveling and I never met someone as giddily unhelpful. Luckily everyone else at the hotel seemed very helpful. July 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Did not disappoint! No major problems or minor ones. Check-in looked like a nightmare, but once we got in line, it took us about 20 minutes to get to the desk. The woman who checked us in was able to get all of our special requests handled with a few key strokes ... high floor, Strip view, non-smoking Tower Spa Suite. This was not an upgrade, just the room we actually reserved. I wouldn't even know how to go about asking for an upgrade. I see folks out here saying that all the time and getting those upgrades for free, but I wouldn't have the first clue how to get something like that without forking over more cash which I absolutely did not want to do. Plus, our room was so fabulous, I couldn't even imagine what an UPGRADE might have looked like ... gold plated door handles and drawer pulls, I guess! The room was exactly as show online, no exaggeration -- beautifully decorated and well laid out. Lots of room in there. We had a drop dead view of the Strip from two extremely large windows. We were facing NYNY, Excalibur, Monte Carlo, etc. from the 25th floor. The entire floor was non-smoking and I never smelled one whiff of cigarette smoke once we got on the elevator and up in the room areas. The bed was mega comfortable, the bathroom was beautiful and HUGE. The spa tub filled up quickly and there was a never ending supply of hot water. Lighting in the bathroom was perfect for making you look good. Very flattering, which is a great idea, because the better I feel like I look, the more money I'm feeling like spending in the casino or elsewhere in the hotel. I have no idea what the regular rooms are like in the hotel, but the Suite we had was amazing. We got a great deal on it for a five night stay through Vegas.com. We were able to book this room for the same price of a regular room, but I've noticed the regular price on the Tower Spa Suite seems to be a LOT more than what we actually had to pay, so yay, us! Proximity to the pool was not the issue I was expecting. Our room was at the end of the hallway, so yes, it was a good walk just to get to the elevator, but I loved that. Exercise without even trying to exercise is how I see that. We had stayed at the Signature twice and felt that we were very close to the pool complex. I was concerned that we would have to walk through the casino in our suits to get to the pool over at the MGM Grand hotel proper, but this was barely the case. You get off the elevator and have three different options of which way to go ... lobby, casino, District/Pool/Monorail. It was a nice surprise to find that we were just as close to the pool as we ever were over at the Signature. The only negative for me was the way those shop people would accost you in the District trying to ply you with eye cream and other facial lotions. We got to the point where we would walk through the FOOD COURT with all of its strollers and loud children just to avoid these people. So annoying. I'm not sure who even goes to Vegas to SHOP? Really? I hate shopping, I hate shopping malls, I cannot even imagine forking over that kind of money for a pair of sunglasses which look no better than the $10 pair I got at Wal-Mart or giving those people that kind of money for a tube of lotion which is no better than the $10 tube I bought from Avon. But that is just me. I want to save my money for high end restaurants and Vegas shows, not blow it on junk I'm only going to have to figure out how to squeeze into my already overpacked suitcase for the trip home. The hotel was great. It does not have the theme going that most of the other places on the Strip seem to have ... no fake cloud ceiling or fake street sets, just nice glam everywhere you look and that old Hollywood feel wherever you turn. I do wish they would stop playing that dreaded pop music everywhere you go, though. It is just horrid. Between the bubble gum Beiber sounding junk and Michael Jackson interspersed way too often, I got a little tired of the music in the casino and at the pool. Every once in a while they would throw in some country music junk. Just weird. I think the entire soundtrack of Vegas should be all of that Sinatraesque or Ocean's Eleven (Clooney) stuff you associate with Vegas, not current pop music. Look at your clientele ... why would you be catering to the pre-teen/teenage set when they can't even really be in your casino because they aren't 21 yet? Save that junk for the clubs, if you must, and leave the rest of us in peace with less dance music and more stuff you can sing along or chill to, does that make sense? All in all, though, the hotel was a very positive experience with excellent service from the desk to housekeeping. Would definitely stay here again and recommend it to anyone July 14, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great hotel and overall trip Definitely recommend the MGM Grand hotel for a Vegas stay! Overall package was a great experience at a great price! Very happy and satisfied and will definitely book again using Vegas.com! July 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Hotel Hotel is great, did not win anything in casino. Pools are great and service is good also. Rooms are very nice and roomy with good pricing. Recommend that Casino put had santaitizers around for germs. Place was packed and everyone look to be having a good time. Major boxing match was going on and was really crowded. Has a great food court for those on a budget. July 11, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by MGM Good choice. This is the classic one. We love all about Vegas July 11, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Room Was Dated We got stuck in the West Wing of MGM which I would equate to being in a college dorm room. The light keep coming on at night by itself. I like MGM overall and have stayed there before in a much nicer room. The room was very dated and small. When your in Vegas though your not in the room other than to sleep and shower. July 10, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Fair but expected MUCH better. I wouldn't recommend the MGM Grand because there are too many other places to stay that offer the same or better for less money. A Hotel room in Vegas should be cool to cold. Any issues with a warm room need to be corrected immediately to keep the customer happy. The lazy river was pretty nice too with the exception of empty beverage containers along the edge and the life guards on their cell phones. The majority of the staff was friendly and helpful. I guess I had my expectations set too high but I did learn that I will not return to the MGM July 8, 2014
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what's the extra fee of the MGM hotel

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The MGM Grand has a resort fee of $25 per room, per night. The fee includes high speed internet, daily USA Today newspaper available at Front Page newsstand, unlimited local and toll free calls, Business Center services such as outgoing faxes, copies (up to 5 pages), notary, and boarding pass printing and free access to the exercise room at the MGM Grand Spa.
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Good question. As we checked in they told us we had to pay a "resort fee" of $28 per night. Other than free WiFi I am not sure what that covered. It was an unpleasant surprise to me.
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At the checkout they talked about a $25/night resort fee, but they canceled it, right after they asked whether or not this was mention at my check-in, which wasn't.
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They charge you $25 a day for the hotel fee.
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I just returned from a 2 night stay on the weekend and the resort fee was $28 per night
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The resort fee for MGM is around $20 a night. The details on this will be available from whichever website you decide to book from
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The MGM charges a Resort Fee of $25.00 per guest.
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It's called a Resort Fee. Just another way of getting your cash. Some resorts (Rio) doesn't charge this fee.
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$25.00 hotel fee
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MGM says its there fee
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Resort fee of $25 per night, includes internet. Take a network cable, the wireless signal is quite low - but wired internet is available in the room.
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Shuttles from the airport to the MGM Grand vary but are between $7 (one way) and $15 (round trip). You can see more details on prices and the companies who offer the shuttle service here: http://www.vegas.com/transportation...

Prices are subject to change without notice.
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Approx $ 8.00 maybe less cause it's only 1-mile away!
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I paid $6.00 each person.
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Shuttles are available at the airport (Through the left side doors by baggage claim) to all hotels on the strip and Fremont St. The cost is around $8 each way depending on which shuttle you decide to use
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$6.00 one way.
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We caught the shuttle and booked return for $15 per person
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It is $ 6.00 each. The Taxi is a much better deal if you have a group.
From MGM To Airport for (4) of us it was $ 15 which included a Tip.
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It is $6 per person. However, DO NOT use Bell Shuttle. We booked a pick up back to the airport over two hours before departure and when there was only a little over an hour before flight departure, the Bell shuttles that kept arriving were for drop offs only and each driver had no answer as to when the pick up shuttle was going to arrive. We also waited close to 30 minutes for the shuttle to pick us up at the airport!
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We took a taxi and I',m not sure. Maybe it was around 10.00 dollars
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We were told it is $6-8 per person and it only runs between 6a.m.-6pm.- other times specific arrangements have to be made. The taxi only cost $14 for both of us.
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7$ per person,, Rent a car for 25 and you will be a lot happier. You can get to lower priced restaurants and grocery stores to lower your expenses.
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Yes
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There is smoking rooms...Good luck on getting one though. Just had this problem. Waited 2 extra hours a the hotel and still got a non smoking room
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Yes, make sure you confirm that you want a smoking room at check-in. They may charge you a cleaning fee for smoking in the non-smoking rooms. Otherwise, you can smoke most anywhere.
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Yes they have 2 floors available for smoking.
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Yes! And they're wonderful!
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Yes, the 24th floor on the grand wing is a smoking floor
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Yes there are smoking rooms. We had one on the 24 floor.
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Yes they do have smoking rooms and guests are permitted to smoke within the casino gaming areas.
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There are hotel rooms available for smoking plus there's smoking on the casino floor.
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Yes. They ask your preference at check in.
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Is there a refrigerator in the room?

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The rooms don't come with a standard refrigerator but many hotels offer them upon request.
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In our suite yes. If you dont use anything remeber not toremove items to make room to 'store' your own. They threaten you with a $50 restocking fee which can be waved. Refrigerators can be rented for $35. Go a block north to ABC Store for booze, wine, beer, soda, snacks.
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The only refrigerator in the room is the minibar fridge that you get charged for.
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no refrigerator or micowave
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No. If you wish to use a fridge for your personal belongings you must rent one from housekeeping.
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No. There is a mini-bar but no fridge.
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Yes, but they are full with sodas and alcohol for purchase.
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Yes but all of the contents inside are on sensors, so if you even move anything, you will be charged for them. You cannot use the fridge to store your own items.
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I stayed in a "Petite King" room, and there was no refrigerator. I'm thinking they don't offer this amenity unless perhaps it's a suite...?
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Yes, there is a mini fridge, BUT it is full of beverages that are for sale, there is no room for personal stuff.
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No refrigerator in the room.
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Hotel guests have free access to the pool and lazy river.
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No, just show your Hotel Key
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If you're staying at MGM there's no fee to access the pools, but if you want to go to the Wet Republic pool party there's a fee.
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No.
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no fee for the pools/lazy river if you book with MGM. I think it is included in that darn $25 per day resort fee. I highly recommend the lazy river. Very nice, and you can even take your beverages in it.
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No charge. Just a room key
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No! Just bring your room key with you. You can use your room key to make purchases at the bar too!
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The only pool that requires a charge is the dayclub, Wet Republic. All other pools, as well as the lazy river, do not charge.
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There is no additional fee for pool access or lazy river. If, however, you choose to use a float, it rents for $16 per day per person.
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NO, but you have to be a hotel guest to access it.
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